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Off The Track Japan

Off The Track Japan is a company dedicated to helping people like you, explore the hidden gems of Japan. We’ve created an online Japan guide service, and all of our content on our website is free so anyone can read and learn about what Japan has to offer! We have everything from comprehensive guides on destinations all across Japan, to booking services for flights and accommodation, all in one place, so you don’t have to stress so much about planning your holiday – We’ve got you covered!​

Personalized Travel Plans

Want to avoid the stress of planning your trip to Japan? Well we have you covered! Our personalized travel planning service allows for you to create the holiday that you want.

Travel Guides

We want to help you out as much as possible to make sure that your trips are as stress free as possible, so if you want to have a relaxed holiday, we have some travel guides you can download to your phone and explore the attractions you want, at your own pace.


We have several travel partners and they are all here to help you out while planning your trip to Japan. No need to go to a travel agency as we have all you need to make your bookings on our website!

Latest Destinations

Koishikawa Botanical Garden

Koishikawa Botanical Gardens

The Koishikawa Botanical Gardens, located in Northern Kyoto, is owned and operated by the University of Tokyo, in particular the department of the Graduate School of Science. The gardens offer a peaceful place to relax and explore the 4000 species of plants found in the gardens.

Lake Motosu

Lake Motosu, in Yamanashi Prefecture is a picturesque photo location, offering beautiful views of the world famous Mt.Fuji.  Lake Motosu is part of the Fuji Five Lakes region, which extends around the northern base of the mountain. Lake Motosu is the westernmost of the Fuji Five Lakes.  The Lake Motosu area is full of fantastic outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking and fishing.

shodoshima Olive Park on Off The Track Japan

Shodoshima Olive Park

The Shodoshima Olive park is an olive lovers dream, not kidding. It’s one of the only areas in Japan that can cultivate olives as a crop, given it’s climate. The Island has been producing olives since 1908, and if you eat olives in Japan, then it’s more than likely they were sourced from the Shodoshima island. Needless to say, the 30,000 residents of the Island love olives, and you can find many unique olive dishes on Shodoshima.

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Book Hotels

Book hotels with our accommodation partner Booking.com to score the hottest deals on the must have accommodation during your stay in Japan! 

Useful Information

How to Travel Japan on a Budget

Japan often has a reputation of being an expensive country to visit, but it doesn’t have to be. Click the Icon above now to see how you can be saving money!

How to Use Japanese Trains

Want to know the basics of how to use a Japanese Train? Not a problem, just click the icon and your on your way to learning how to use them!

Japan Rail Pass

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Are you planning a trip to Japan soon? Then you really should consider purchasing a JR Rail Pass, especially if you are planning on hitting all the major Tourist cities like Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima, and Sapporo. 

The JR Rail Pass makes getting around the country easy, and can save you several hundreds in travel expenses. All you need to do is just show your pass at the ticket gate, and you have access to any and all JR rail lines across the country, and not just the standard commuter trains, but luxury trains, and even the world famous Shikansen (Bullet Train). A JR Rail Pass is an essential item for any visitor to Japan. Buy your pass today by clicking here now!

Renovation Notices

Nothing worse than spending a ton of money on getting to a destination, only to find out that it’s closed due to construction. To avoid this, click here now to go to the list of all major renovations currently underway in the main tourist areas of Japan.

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